Ugh. Yeah, such a bummer. I saw your post on the GPL redist, they need to address this. It gives the impression of a shady company with questionable ethics.
In the end, the Mooz feels like it’s all about the bargain - I mean, a functional 3-in-1 for the Kickstarter price - you can’t get that deal anywhere else. So I figured there would probably be a certain amount of tinkering required. This is my first home printer, so I wanted to use it as a learning piece, and assumed I’d have to futz around with it a lot. I certainly am not expecting it to fail in a week.
So far I’ve been printing for a few days, have gotten maybe a dozen successful prints, and at least a dozen more with poor adhesion. Thanks to your gcode start fix, I seem to be getting successful prints a lot more frequently, so just hoping not to mess anything up, as it sounds like there are some delicate bits.
Again - as a community member, want to thank you for all your contributions. I really hope they take care of you - if they’re a smart company, they’ll realize what an asset they have with you. Community members who actively solve problems for others are a gold mine, and if they’re smart, they’ll answer your email and make you a moderator of the forum! Anything they can to make you happy! Someone like you, knowledgeable and engaged, and willing to put in effort to fix problems, can actively drive sales - or actively kill them.